Parenting After Leaving A Psychological Abuser
Single parenting when you are depressed, distraught and disheartened from the trauma experienced from psychological abuse is incredibly difficult, to say the least. Sadly, peopleare forever tied to the abusive person through our children, which means Minimized/Reduced Contact is your only option.
Be aware that co-parenting with a psychological abuser will be extremely difficult, and will likely continue to perpetuate the conflict in the relationship. High-conflict parenting and custody disputes is a way for the abusive person to keep you hooked, to continue the psychological abuse, gain narcissistic supply and maintain their emotional stranglehold over you.
Learn ways to manage these difficult parenting situations.